Examples of heterodoxy in a Sentence
Copernicus's theory that the earth revolved around the sun was arrant heterodoxy at a time when the earth was thought to be the center of the universe.
Recent Examples of heterodoxy from the Web
Kanye has long worked with songwriters — something that, because it’s perceived as heterodoxy, is rarely discussed openly.
Pleasingly for this reviewer at least, that corner turns out to be the system of liberal-arts colleges that Mr. Scruton says are the key to maintaining a heterodoxy of ideas within civic society.
In any event, the extent of Williams’s heterodoxy cannot be overstated.
But his heterodoxy on entitlements certainly helped at least somewhat, especially with older voters.
Should there be any limits to the embrace of heterodoxy?
Hard to believe it’s only been two years since presidential candidate Trump abruptly canceled a CPAC appearance amid reports of a large walkout to protest his ideological heterodoxy.
Even as Egyptian authorities play to the dystopian script by attempting to punish the author for his heterodoxies, his book memorably celebrates the country’s underground seams of freedom and individual expression.
Likewise, the contest isn’t a race between a liberal or a moderate, or between heterodoxy and orthodoxy.
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